I'm a poet based in Worcestershire, UK. My poetry has appeared in print and online magazines including The Interpreter's House, Prole, Ink Sweat and Tears, And Other Poems, Clear Poetry, and Amaryllis, and in anthologies such as The Chronicles of Eve (Paper Swans Press).
My first pamphlet, The Girl Who Grew Into a Crocodile, is published by V. Press.
I'm a Poetry Reader for Three Drops Press, and Co-Editor of Atrium poetry webzine.
Ed Roffe has been published in Lighthouse and Dear Reader. He recently concluded his MA in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes, and continues to live and write in the city of dreaming spires while working at the city’s other university. Twitter: @roffeed
Leicestershire-based Tim Relf has had poems in The Spectator, Acumen, The Rialto and The Frogmore Papers. He is an alumnus of Faber’s Advanced Poetry Academy. His most recent novel, published by Penguin, has been translated into more than 20 languages. Find him on Twitter at @timrelf
Karan is an ex-English teacher and mum to three lively boys. She has been published by Ink Sweat & Tears, Winnow Magazine and is forthcoming in The Hyacinth Review and Sylvia Magazine. Twitter: @KaranJCChambers, Instagram: @KaranChambersPoetry
Ace Boggess is author of six books of poetry, including Escape Envy (Brick Road Poetry Press, 2021), I Have Lost the Art of Dreaming It So, and The Prisoners. His writing has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Notre Dame Review, Harvard Review, Mid-American Review, and other journals. An ex-con, he lives in Charleston, West Virginia, where he writes and tries to stay out of trouble. His seventh collection, Tell Us How to Live, is forthcoming in 2024 from Fernwood Press.
Vicki Husband’s first collection of poetry, This Far Back Everything Shimmers, was shortlisted for the Saltire Scottish Poetry Book of the Year 2016. A pamphlet-poem, Sykkel Saga, was published in 2019. Vicki lives in Glasgow and works for the NHS.
Doug is an award-winning spoken word poet based in Edinburgh. He has toured internationally as a performance poet, and was also the 2019 StAnza slam champion. His work has previously been published by Coin Operated Press.
Fiona Larkin’s pamphlets are A Dovetail of Breath (Rack Press, 2020) and Vital Capacity (Broken Sleep, 2022). Her debut collection, Rope of Sand, appears with Pindrop Press summer 2023; the title poem was highly commended in the Forward Prizes. She manages innovative projects with Corrupted Poetry.
Michelle Dennehy read English at Oxford University. Her poems have featured in journals including Amphibian, Bangor Literary Journal, Drawn to the Light Press and The Honest Ulsterman. Her poems have been published in anthologies from Dedalus Press and CAP Arts, Belfast.
when easter comes my brother will lose a badger in his beard
Laurie Eaves’ collection Biceps is out on Burning Eye Books. His work has been published by Bad Betty Press, Ink Sweat & Tears, Poetry Rivals and Dear Reader. He co- hosts the Dead Darlings podcast and co-produces the Genesis Poetry Slam.
Becoming the Fifth Manx Bard in 2018, Annie Kissack is a writer and spoken-word performer from the Isle of Man. Her first collection, ‘Mona Sings’, a book of Manx-themed poetry, was published in October 2022. Facebook: @anniekissackpoetry